Ben Bradshaw never rebelled against their party in this parliament
With the death of yet another cyclist—again, a young woman commuter, beneath the wheels of a tipper truck—will the Prime Minister meet a small delegation from the all-party parliamentary cycling group to discuss what more can be done to protect vulnerable road users, including the call by the acting leader of the Labour party for a ban on these killer lorries in our towns and...
How much investment and how many jobs will be lost to the economy of the south-west of England as a result of the Secretary of State’s decision?
Is it not an act of the deepest cynicism for the Government, a few months before the election, to announce, in a fanfare of self-congratulation, a very modest increase in spending on cycling safety, only for that money to be axed in the first week after the election? Why should any of Britain’s millions of cyclists believe a single word the Government say?
Labour MP for Exeter
Entered the House of Commons on 1 May 1997 — General election
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